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12-02-2010 @ 5:41PM
+1 You beat me to it! People won't buy something because it's cheap. They will buy it if they need/want it and it is the right price:I have more than enough paperclips in my office. If Office Depot sells 10000 paperclips for one cent, I'm still not buying. I shave my head regularly. If Target has hair dryers for ten cents, I'm still not buying. There has to be a market for your product. If someone is offering the same product for cheaper and has more supply of it than there is demand, you need to get out of that market.
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